Gopher, Mole & Vole Control in Campbell
Are you tired of seeing your beautiful lawn destroyed by gophers, moles, or voles? These animals are not only a nuisance, but they can also cause significant damage. Fortunately, Killroy Pest Control can help you get rid of these pests with effective and humane control methods.
Why You Need Gopher, Mole, and Vole Control
Gophers, moles, and voles are three of the most common mamals that can cause damage to your lawn and garden.
Gophers are known for creating large tunnels and mounds in your yard. They can also damage your plants by eating their roots, and their burrowing can lead to erosion and damage to underground utilities.
Moles are also burrowing animals that can create tunnels in your yard, but they primarily feed on insects rather than plants. While they may not cause as much damage to your lawn, their tunnels can still be unsightly and pose a tripping hazard.
Voles, on the other hand, are small rodents that can cause damage to your plants by eating their roots and bark. They can also create tunnels in your yard and garden, leading to soil erosion.
How Killroy Pest Control Can Help
As the number one pest control service in Campbell, Killroy offers effective and humane gopher, mole, and vole control services that can help you get rid of these pests for good. We use a variety of control methods, including trapping, baiting, and exclusion, to eliminate rodents from your property. Our trained professionals will assess the extent of the infestation and develop a customized plan to get rid of the pests while minimizing the impact on your lawn and garden.
Voles are small rodents that can cause significant damage to your plants by eating their roots and bark. They can also create tunnels in your yard and garden, which can lead to soil erosion. Killroy Pest Control offers vole control services that use trapping and exclusion methods to eliminate these pests. Our professionals will identify the vole burrows and use specialized traps to catch the voles. They will also provide you with tips on how to prevent future vole infestations, such as removing ground covers and reducing watering in your garden.